February 17, 2018

Version 1.4 of Semedy's Clinical Knowledge Management System (CKMS) will be released on Friday, February 23. New features include: flexible user-defined working sets and user interface enhancements to increase productivity and efficiency, new validation and integrity checking tools and reports, enhancements to the content import wizard, and multiple performance improvements. Contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more details and a demo.

November 15, 2017

Semedy, Inc., a new subsidiary of Semedy AG, reaffirms the interest and dedication of Semedy to the US market. An initial team of senior informatics professionals with extensive experience in knowledge management, decision support, and clinical systems has already been assembled and is actively working. The new team leads the commercialization and implementation of Semedy products in the US, while also enabling Semedy to offer highly specialized informatics services and knowledge content to current and prospective customers. The new company is based in Boston, Massachusetts and started operations in November 2017.

Washington D.C.,  Nov. 4-8

Another opportunity to speak to you directly will be at the AMIA 2017 Annual Symposium, the leading scientific meeting for biomedical and health informatics research and practice. We look forward to meeting you there at our booth. Please send your preferred meeting date via mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

February 19th-23rd,2017 -  Orlando

Semedy is exhibiting at HIMSS17 in Orlando and wants to invite you to visit our booth at Innovation Zone, Booth# 7785 Kiosk 28. Let´s introduce Semedy and the team to you where the brightest minds in HEALTH and IT meet.

Zug, Switzerland, 29. June 2016

Semedy AG announced today the new release of sem.reasoner v2.2 – an outstanding product combining big data and rule-based reasoning. sem.reasoner allows to store huge amounts of information in its embedded triple store. Latest benchmarks confirmed more than 22.6 billion triples loaded into sem.reasoner.